Peoria (IL), United States – BossTek, a pioneer in atomized mist technology for dust suppression has announced an industry-leading upgrade to the company’s product warranty. Having previously set the industry standard with 3 year/3000-hour coverage, the company has increased the term to a 5 year or 5000-hour replacement warranty on the direct drive fan motor of its entire product lineup.
Helsinki, Finland – Metso is presenting its extensive waste recycling equipment and service offering at IFAT China 2018 taking place May 3-5, 2018 in Shanghai, China. Metso experts at the event will offer advice on choosing the most suitable equipment for different types of waste to support optimal process efficiency, sustainability and reliability. Furthermore, Metso is continuously developing its service offering to be more competitive in meeting customer expectations. Continue reading Metso at IFAT China: More Uptime for M&J Shredder with a better Service set up
Caerphilly, United Kingdom – Increasing maintenance costs and strict health and safety regulations faced by companies in the recycling and waste industry has resulted in a greater demand for more transportable separation equipment, which offers on-site flexibility and reduces risk hazards. In response, Eriez Europe has collaborated with equipment manufacturer Ecohog based in Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland to provide an innovative, adaptable and robust solution in order to meet customer demand, legislation and variable changes in the market place.
Sterling (IL), USA – Sterling Systems & Controls, Inc. has completed several projects where it was the provider of automation and process control equipment to automate the process of converting old tires into useable materials, including oils, gases and carbon ash. The process is a modified version of pyrolysis, a thermal decomposition of materials at high temperatures in an inert atmosphere such as a vacuum or nitrogen. Continue reading Sterling Systems & Controls: Turning Old Tires into useable Materials
Montréal (QC), Canada – A consortium of companies comprising Air Liquide, AkzoNobel Specialty Chemicals, Enerkem and the Port of Rotterdam has signed a project development agreement covering initial investments in an advanced waste-to-chemistry facility in Rotterdam. The facility will be the first of its kind in Europe to provide a sustainable alternative solution for non-recyclable wastes, converting waste plastics and other mixed wastes into new raw materials.
Königsbrunn, Germany – CANDI Plastic Recycling GmbH, a materials recycler in Sollenau (Austria) trusts in filtration technology from ETTLINGER Kunststoffmaschinen GmbH. An ERF 200 high performance melt filter on one of its two extrusion lines is used to process industrial plastic waste with high aluminum or paper fractions. Continue reading CANDI Plastic Recycling profits from ETTLINGER filtration technology
Mülheim-Kärlich, Germany — SKM Recycling (SKM), headquartered in Laverton North, Victoria, Australia, has selected TOMRA Sorting Recycling (TOMRA) to supply 40 AUTOSORT units with the latest features and new 3D laser technology for three new sorting facilities. To meet the constantly changing demands in the market, SKM is building three new plants to process over 350,000 tonnes of kerbside collected material, also called single stream, per year.
Peoria (IL), USA – BossTek announced the debut of the DustBoss® DB-30 FusionTM, the newest model in its growing family of self-powered dust suppression equipment. The new design is a versatile and transportable atomized mist unit, engineered with a workhorse electric motor and 30 KW generator. Continue reading BossTek: New mobile Dust Suppression Design – rugged Construction, compact Size
Caerphilly, UK — Increased demands for efficient recycling has resulted in plants such as Re-Gen Waste Ltd. based in Newry, Northern Ireland to be processing over 140,000 tonnes per year of MDR, in a 24-7 operation. To ensure Re-Gen’s continuous success, earlier in 2017 a GBP 2 million (approx. USD 2.67 million) expansion was carried out as part of a nine million pound wider investment, including the upgrade of Re-Gen’s MDR (Mixed Dry Recycling) and paper recycling lines. As part of the expansion Re-Gen required maximum ferrous and non-ferrous metal recovery from the two upgraded waste streams.
Metso reached another significant milestone in Lokotrack sales by delivering today the 500th unit sold to Germany at Steinexpo, the biggest quarry exhibition in Europe. The LT120 jaw plant was received by Andres Erdarbeiten GmbH, a family-owned crushing, screening and recycling contractor. Globally, Metso has sold over 7,000 Lokotracks.